Chris joined Heyne Tillett Steel (HTS) in 2014 as a Senior Engineer and has experience of working with a variety of construction materials on projects of varying scale, from a bespoke timber pavilion for The Chelsea Flower Show to Chatham Place, a 19-storey reinforced concrete frame residential development in Reading. He enjoys the collaborative process in developing structural solutions and his holistic approach enables Chris to effectively lead and manage teams of engineers in delivering projects.
During his time at HTS, Chris has completed work on projects including 30 Broadwick Street, a £30m eight-story new build steel frame office development for Great Portland Estates and Nottingdale Village Phase 3, two RC frame commercial and residential buildings up to five-storeys with AHMM. His current projects include several office fit-outs requiring structural alterations and installation of new feature staircases, plus work on new build office developments. One of which is 127-143 Oxford Street, where several buildings were demolished and replaced with one new eight-storey retail and office building, including double height basement and retained facade with LDS Architects.
Prior to joining the practice, Chris worked on a number of prestigious UK and oversees projects including Cairo Expo City with Zaha Hadid Architects and Phase 1 of the Battersea Power Station redevelopment.